Artificial Response

By thinking about the ''Flaite'' and observing the symbols that operate in its imaginary, it allows us to understand codes that configure marginal territories. Capitalism adapts, when the state creates conditions for it to appropriate and further exalt socio-economic differences, speaking in the name of freedom, at the same time that it oppresses. The ''Flaite'' is a polysemic chilean concept, because it is always related, which will allow us to strip it of those who denigrate and exclude us.

What symbols has capitalism installed for immediacy, speeding up life and keeping us under its control?

  • Jayson Antonio Hernández
    Director
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Other
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 20 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 20, 2021
  • Country of Origin:
    Chile
  • Country of Filming:
    Chile
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Jayson Antonio Hernández

I am Jayson Antonio Hernández, Bachelor of Music from the University of Arts and Cs. Social ARCIS. I start my studies as a sound composer for performing arts with the teacher José Miguel Candela, of whom I am an assistant professor at the University of Chile, in the fields of music Dance career. I complement my training with seminars and workshops related to sound art, nurturing myself with various techniques in the area, as well as photography and poetry. I have composed music for audiovisual projects. Since 2016 I have been a member of various interdisciplinary groups, highlighting the Teatro Kapital Artistic Collective, directed by Iván Insunza, and the Herederas (Contemporary Dance) collective. As of 2012, I work with different theater and dance directors in Chile. I was part of the Hiedra Magazine team for 2 years. I work as an accompanying musician in modern dance classes at UNIACC University. I have been a facilitator of the Poéticas Sonoras laboratory, in Balmaceda Arte Joven, La Vitrina and USACH Cultural Corporation. I participated in the 2021 Music Mediation Program of MINCAP. Some of my last jobs were as composer and stage designer for Erosión, a dance work directed by María Elena Gallardo, selected for the 8th Choreographic Encounter at Sala Arrau, Municipal Theater of Santiago, from the film ''The Trees Tell Us'' by Carlos Sepulveda. , winner of the Sundance Institute Documentary Fund and Fundar un Pueblo, Fondart Nacional 2019. I am currently specializing as an artistic director through the Interdisciplinary Artistic Creation Diploma at the University of Chile (DETUCH), which I received a scholarship for my ad honorem work in the Faculty of Arts, and in residence ''Why do I move?'' at the Center for Creation and Residence NAVE (Ongoing), with the project and research ''Flaite''. In 2021 I was also awarded the Aporte Pais scholarship from the Mustakis Foundation, with which I studied a Diploma in Cultural Management from the Alberto Hurtado University, always Interested in the search for language and opening my process as a space for reflection and openness around the codes from the periphery to contribute to my territory from contemporary art, at the same time, share my project and learning through collaborations with artists and people with different approaches to art.

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